Google enters battle for cloud gaming market
The internet giant hopes to break into the global video game industry expected to top USD 150 billion this year, with cloud technology that could broaden audiences attracted by rich new features as well as ease of access with no more need for consoles. But analysts say Stadia's outlook is uncertain as its faces rivals such as PlayStation Now.
7-year-old girl wins ‘Doodle for Google’ 2019 competition in India
A 7-year-old class 2 student, Divyanshi Singhal from Gurugram has won 2019...
Home Secretary gives no time frame for releasing leaders
Home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla has addressed a parliamentary panel about the issue...
View: Can we have angel investors footing JNU’s hostel fees?
This week, once again, JNU blipped on our radar, this time with the same scruffy students protesting against a proposed hostel fee hike. The current hostel mess security deposit (refundable) is Rs 5,500, a monthly accommodation fee for a single-occupancy room Rs 20, and Rs 10 for a double-occupancy room. Yes, a piddly amount.
Lotus home buyers: No transparency, remove insolvency professionals
Though the NCLT will take a final call on the matter on November 25, the removal of the interim resolution professional (IRP) and the authorised representative (AR) could further delay the completion of the two unfinished ‘Lotus’ brand projects.
Google set to offer checking accounts
Alphabet Inc's Google will offer personal checking accounts from sometime next year.
Wish to join health studies? Apple has something in Store for you
Users can also control the type of data they wish to share with each study.
Pakistan a DNA of terrorism, home of all shades of darkness: India at UNESCO
"Pakistan's neurotic behaviour has resulted in its decline to a nearly failed state with its weak economy, radicalised society and deep-rooted DNA of terrorism," Ananya Agarwal, who led the Indian delegation to the UNESCO General Conference being held in Paris. "We condemn Pakistan's disappointing misuse of UNESCO to spew venom against India and politicise it," she added.
How a number of initiatives are breaking the language barrier in teaching science
These initiatives include Bigyan, an online platform with articles by scientists in Bengali; The Jigyasa Project, a series of talks on science in Tamil, Kannada and Hindi, organised by the Bangalore Life Sciences Cluster in association with Mandram and Sea of Science, a podcast series with episodes in six languages.
Wall Street Weekahead: Sagging consumer discretionary shares look for a spark
65 per cent of the companies in the sector that have reported earnings have topped expectations.
Shah reviews preparedness of CRPF at Delhi HQ
Union home minister Amit Shah visited the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) headquarters and expressed his thoughts on Twitter saying the country is proud of the “exemplary valour” of CRPF personnel. With a strength of more than 300,000 personnel, the CRPF is designated as the lead force for internal security duties and anti-Maoist operations.
NDA govt has established peaceful biz climate: MoS Home
Speaking at the Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy also referred to abrogation of Article 370 and said it was achieved without any violence.
Google celebrates Children's Day with a 'Walking Tree' doodle by seven-year-old
This year’s theme of the competition was ‘When I grow up, I hope...'.
Children's Day: 'Walking Tree' doodle by 7-yr-old wins Google's heart, and contest
Google celebrated Chacha Nehru's birth anniversary with a doodle made by seven-year-old Divyanshi Singhal from Gurgaon. The Children's Day d...
A good gesture by Apple: Tech giant launches app to let users enroll in health studies
People who download the research app will be able to enroll in studies and contribute health-related data.
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